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Table 7 Consolidated scoring methodology

From: Patterns to explore cognitive preferences and potential collective intelligence empathy for processing knowledge in virtual settings

Layer Primary Purpose Aspects of Focus Main Methods Secondary Benefits
Cognitive Behavior     
Self-government Pattern Identify the level of affinity to work remotely and in virtual teamwork Reflect different ways in which people can organize or govern themselves Sternberg’s Thinking Style Inventory (TSI) Identify group behaviors considering Theory of Group Dynamics
Learning Pattern Identify individual’s learning preferences to determine the ideal environment in which knowledge can be processed better Identify tendencies to learn and process knowledge with specific empathy and effectiveness for hypermedia tools Felder and Silvermans Learning Style Model (FSLSM) In-depth investigation of learning style characteristics could also improve pedagogical models, supporting more effective and personalized online learning
Personal Behavior Identify self-efficacy. Motivation and performance are determined by how successful people believe they can be Develop and improve self-efficacy beliefs in teams by focusing on four primary sources General Self-Efficacy Scale (GSE) Recognize the importance of the environment in determining behavior
Community Behavior Identify a sense of belonging and the concrete experience of social networks Refer to accessed social resources instead of occupational prestige The Resource Generator Evaluate the desire for making/discovering new contacts
     Integration of different types of relationships
     Expectation and propensity to mobilize social resources
Online Behavior Assess interaction with others with regard to mediatic interfaces Assess various levels of social presence from simple co-presence to more intense feelings of psychological and behavioral accessibility and interaction Networked Minds Social Presence Inventory Assess intentions and moods when using collaborative virtual environments and artificial intelligence